The NIH Toolbox Parent Proxy Emotion Battery, recommended for parents of children ages 3-12, includes measures of Positive Affect, General Life Satisfaction, Positive Peer Interaction, Social Withdrawal, Peer Rejection, Empathic Behaviors, Self-Efficacy, Fear, Perceived Stress, Sadness, and Anger. For those with children ages 3-7, measures for Fear (Over Anxious and Separation Anxiety) are included.
Quality of Life Enjoyment and Satisfaction Questionnaire (Q-LES-Q)
Assess general quality of life for people with mental health challenges
Infant Toddler Quality of Life Questionnaire (ITQOL)
Assess levels of health and wellbeing in children between two months and five years.
Nordic Quality of Life (QOL) Questionnaire for Children
This 75-item measure is designed to assess quality of life in children 2-18 years old.
Lifestyle Assessment Questionnaire
The Lifestyle Assessment Questionnaire measures the impact of disability based on how frequently children engage and participate in a range of activities and what those activities are. It also provides contextual information on the impact of the disability on the participation of the family unit
Life Satisfaction Matrix
The Life Satisfaction Matrix: an instrument and procedure for assessing the subjective quality of life of individuals with profound multiple disabilities
Evaluation of Quality of Life Instrument (EQLI)
The EQLI is an 18-item measure developed to elicit staff evaluations of the satisfaction experienced by the individuals they support.